Pauta livre
Pauta livre
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brazilwonders:

Arara (via Biologia com o Prof. Jubilut)
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vintageeveryday:

Bathing beauties in Potomac, ca. 1920.
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2headedsnake:

Ebeneeza K.
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just-watch-me-hachiko:

rainydayraised:

A girl becomes embarrassed after giving flowers to a female US soldier on duty in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul. 16 April 2007

The caption changes so many assumptions
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papopoesia:

Kiss From A Lamb, Ist January, 1939
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fer1972:

Illustrations by by Nabil Nezzar 
fer1972:

Illustrations by by Nabil Nezzar 
fer1972:

Illustrations by by Nabil Nezzar 
fer1972:

Illustrations by by Nabil Nezzar 
fer1972:

Illustrations by by Nabil Nezzar 
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thekhooll:

Life Before Photoshop -1950
Bruce Mozert was renowned for being pretty innovative, coming up with underwater tricks to make these scenes seem as real as possible including using baking powder to create the powdery “smoke” coming out of the underwater barbecue. 
thekhooll:

Life Before Photoshop -1950
Bruce Mozert was renowned for being pretty innovative, coming up with underwater tricks to make these scenes seem as real as possible including using baking powder to create the powdery “smoke” coming out of the underwater barbecue. 
thekhooll:

Life Before Photoshop -1950
Bruce Mozert was renowned for being pretty innovative, coming up with underwater tricks to make these scenes seem as real as possible including using baking powder to create the powdery “smoke” coming out of the underwater barbecue. 
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concentrado:

(via Chiara Bautista - Fotos da linha do tempo)
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astronomy-to-zoology:

Wire-crested Thorntail (Discosura popelairii)
…a  rare and striking species of hummingbird which occurs in Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru. Where it inhabits solely inhabits lowland forests, and is not tolerant of secondary habitats. Like most striking plumaged birds wire-crested thorntails are sexually dimorphic with lacking the long “wire” crests and “thorn” tails of males. In typical humming bird fashion wire-crested thorntails feed on nectar from flowers, but will occasionally take insects as well. 
Currently Discosura popelairii is listed as near threatened by the IUCN, as it faces accelerating threats from deforestation in the Amazon Basin. 
Classification
Animalia-Chordata-Aves-Apodiformes-Trochilidae-Discosura-D. popelairii
Image: Bill Bouton
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de-lionne:

"Night Be Still" art print by Amy Sol.